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False Assurances
The dangers of committing money we don’t have
by Rose Wilde

 

The China Connection
‘The students depend on the people’ 
Essay by David Atman

 

Scent of the Rogue
Native azaleas in bloom
by Rachel Foster


This Isn’t Some Kind of Metaphor; This Is Real
Shellac paints Eugene sarcastic
by Vanessa Salvia


Mine Over Matter
The price we pay for ‘cheap’ energy
by Mary O’Brien


Music:
Cellos Galore
Portland Cello Project’s newest collaborations

Music:
This Isn’t Some Kind of Metaphor; This Is Real
Shellac paints Eugene sarcastic




THURSDAY JUNE 11 

Axe & Fiddle Opal Creek­6:30; Bluegrass, n/c

Bar 201 Mixology Thursday­7; Jazz fusion, n/c

Black Forest Gladiators Eat Fire, The Autopsies, The Skeevies­10 

Blind Pig Open mic­8; n/c

The City DJ Redd Fox­10; Top 40, soul, funk, reggae, n/c


The Practice of Preach


Cellos Galore
Portland Cello Project’s newest collaborations
by Brett Campbell


BY GUSTAVO ARELLANO


Defending Fall Creek
Lawsuits and tree-sits surround the BLM’s proposal to log
by Camilla Mortensen


Theater
Another Helping of Hope
Cottage Theatre hearkens back to the Depression again

Gardening
Scent of the Rogue
Native azaleas in bloom

 

Oregon Bach Festival Guide 2009:

Sing It, Dance It, See It Music, art and dance in World Harmony

Marking Time at the Laundromat Pencils, notes and the life of an OBF chorus member


All exhibits free unless otherwise noted.

OPENING


Viewpoint:
Cap and Profit
Europe’s example is nothing to emulate
by Peter DeFazio

Viewpoint:
Toxic Suncreens?
The label only tells part of the story
by Robert Roth